Bookish ChatterJul 26, 2021
Tara Galeano - Why Listening to Your Body is Everything
Steve Galgon - The Circle series
For our final episode of this season, we talk with Steve Galgon about his life journey that had him moving from film to a 7th grade math teacher, and the novel that was birthed in the 20 years in between. Listen in as Steven talks about his favorite and least favorite parts of writing, some tips and tricks, and a sneak peek into his author journey.
Gramps B. Lewis - The Wyoming Adventure
In today's episode, we discuss his debut novel, The Wyoming Adventure, what it's like to work with family and making your author dream come true at 65 years old. Listen today as he provides his own tips and tricks for making it through the ups and downs of his author journey.
Stormi Lewis - Some of My Go-To Resources I Use Regularly
Melina Druga - The WWI Trilogy
Matt Juhl - The Straight Crimes
In today's episode, Matt Juhl tells us about his author journey with The Straight Crimes, why it was important to go back and retell the story in a bigger and better way to give it justice, and tips and tricks for new authors and what to avoid doing.
Stormi Lewis - Dealing with Life Blockages, Grace, and Some Stuff In Between
June Akers - Riley Maddison and the Importance of Superpowers
In today's episode, June Akers tells us about the children's book series that was inspired by her daughter who also helps with the illustrations, along with tips to handle anxiety, ADD, and other things that come up during your writing journey!
Brent Basham - Co-Founder of Poddit
In today's episode, we talk with Brent Basham who explains how podcasting can help build relationships with your readers and grow your author career. He's providing tips and tricks on how to add it into your marketing plan, and shares his latest creations to make it so much easier for you to get started through Poddit! Be sure to join the facebook group and check out the website to easily connect with people looking for guests and to be a guest.
Charlotte Terrell - Dis-Ease: The 30 Day Guide to Comfort Depression and Anxiety
In today's episode, we talk with author Charlotte Terrell about her honest author journey, and some great tips on pushing through things like anxiety, depression, and stress. Hear some great advice on how to get your story written during the stress of a pandemic and all, along with how to share your story even when the topic is a heavy one for yourself and others.
Jennie Wright - Why Authors Need an Email List and How To Make It Work!
In today's episode, we talk with Jennie Wright, an email marketing expert, who provides tips and tricks specifically for authors to build their much needed email lists, and how to make sure your inbox doesn't get swamped in the process. You do NOT want to miss this one my friends!
Lindsay Rae - How to Work with a Heavy Subject
Stormi Lewis - The Protector
Katie Brinkley - Social Media and Clubhouse Expert
In today's episode we talk with social media and Clubhouse expert, Katie Brinkley. She gives us a brief walk through for utilizing Clubhouse, podcasts, and instagram as new authors. You won't want to miss out on all the great insight this veteran has to share with us today!
Nicole Tsong - The Movement and Life Balance Guru
In today's episode we talk with Nicole Tsong, the movement and life balance guru! She shares a piece of her author journey with us about working with a publisher, and gives an enormous amount of tips and tricks for making your journey more doable!
Website - nicoletsong.com
Free download! - 3 Simple Ways Movement Helps You Discover Your Purpose, go.nicoletsong.com/movement
How I Battle Writer's Block...Bipolar and All!
Crystal Bass - How I Wrote Myself Out of a Prison Sentence
In today's episode, we talk with author, consultant, playwright, and Storm Chaser Crystal L. Bass. She shares how she wrote herself to freedom, tips on how to persevere, and a taste of her honest author journey.
Emily A. Meyers - The Truth About Unspeakable Things
In today’s episode, we talk to @emilymyersauthor who is celebrating her debut novel, The Truth About Unspeakable Things, coming out on Amazon TOMORROW!!!🎉🎉🎉 She also shares her author journey, goes over the benefits of self-publishing, and so much more! Listen in at 1pm CST! This is an episode not to miss....
Amy Jo - The Magical Mind of Mitzy
How to Market Your Book Without a Marketing Degree
People keep telling me that there’s no way to write a book, because they don’t have a marketing degree or can hire someone to do it for them. Child please! I have TWO marketing degrees and a zero budget, and I have still figured out a few things....Listen to today's episode and find out how you can start marketing your book TODAY without having a marketing degree.
The Indie Writers Collective - Why You Need to Follow Them Today!
Cathy Weaver - Why Networking Is Important for Authors too
Today we're joined by Author and Networking Guru, Cathy Weaver! We discuss her experiences as an author, and why networking is so important to even authors. Be sure to stay tuned to the very end to receive a free gift!
Lucie Ataya - "No Pain No Game"
In this episode we talk with Lucie Ataya, author of "No Pain No Game". Learn more about her book, and her journey of being an avid writer as a child to becoming a published author.
Welcome to Bookish Chatter!
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